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Hi, I've been trying headsets lately as I've been playing more co-op games and such and I'm not liking it and much prefer to play with my desktop speakers. Of course the mic will pickup the music so I was wondering if there were any mics that would work? I saw a review on the Avermedia Aegis but that's just too much money. I was hoping to spend $20.

I'm thinking maybe something that would be as close to my head as possible with noise cancelling might work.

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Twenty dollars? Please, don't make us laugh.

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Twenty dollars? Please, don't make us laugh.
I'm glad you represent the entirety of overclock.net now, great leader.


Anyway my buddy said he used to do it with a bluetooth headset, and I think that the trick is definitely to keep the audio at a reasonable level and having the mic as close as possible. No one else wants to do this? I feel kind of closed in at times wearing headphones while gaming.

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Anyway my buddy said he used to do it with a bluetooth headset, and I think that the trick is definitely to keep the audio at a reasonable level and having the mic as close as possible. No one else wants to do this? I feel kind of closed in at times wearing headphones while gaming.

Jawbone makes excellent noise cancelling Bluetooth headsets.

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